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First impressions matter, especially when it comes to selling a home.
Curb appeal how its exterior looks to a buyer from the street can either provide an inviting enticement for a prospective buyer or produce a negative impression.
Several websites offer a host of information for improving the curb appeal value:
Bankrate.com • Covers eight tricks to improve the curb appeal value of a home, at http://bit.ly/dtOB0w
Good Housekeeping • Lists five ways to boost curb appeal, at http://bit.ly/9D5oAm
HandyAmerican.com • Serves up extensive list of home improvements to maximize a home's curb appeal, at http://bit.ly/KRY46F
Home Gain • Offers spending considerations and guidelines for remodeling a home, at http://bit.ly/JUKgbr
Kiplinger.com • Spotlights curb appeal beautification options for free, $100 and $500, at http://bit.ly/JkJ2RC